Boris To Bring In Legislation To Prevent Tenants From Getting Evicted During Coronavirus Fallout

The government will bring forward emergency legislation to protect private renters from eviction, Boris Johnson has said. Tenants were “worried sick” they might not be able to pay rents if they fell ill, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said at Prime Minister’s Questions. As Wales and Scotland said they would close schools by Friday Mr Johnson […]

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Buy-To-Let Lenders Refresh Suite Of Products As Cost Of Landlord Borrowing Falls

New research from Property Master has found that the cost of buy-to-let mortgages has fallen year on year. Lenders are continuing their support for individual and limited company landlords in anticipation of a busy few months ahead. According to Property Master, five-year fixed rate buy-to-let mortgages for 65% loan-to-value (LTV) saw costs fall the most. Borrowers now save £48 […]

Tenant Vandalism Is Increasing – Your Landlord Insurance Should Cover It

Vandalism is the cause of a third (32%) of malicious damage claims to landlord’s properties, an analysis by Direct Line for Business has found. Police forces across England and Wales investigate 283 incidents of criminal damage to properties every day, the equivalent of one every five minutes. Criminal damage includes issues such as vandalism, graffiti […]